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Preschool and kindergarten resources

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Birth to age 3

As your child's brain develops it is important to stimulate it with a nurturing enviroment and purposeful interactions. Find out what you can do at home to take advantage of your child's first few years of life.


At the ages of 3 and 4 children start learning things like colors, letters, numbers, and shapes. With the increasing demands on children to preform well in school it is important that your child has this good foundation.


In kindergarten children learn the basic skills necessary for further learning.  In kindergarten your child should learn how to read, add, subtract, and write short stories.  Parents and teachers should work together to build these necessary skills.

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